Category: Research engagement

Research engagement: a reading list

A collection of key reading. Updated as new learning takes place. Critical engagement with research Standards of evidence Australian Education Research Organisation. No date. Tool ‘Rigorous evidence is defined as evidence produced using research methods (whether qualitative, quantitative or mixed

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Nurturing a garden of knowledge

I recently revisited my Gallup Strengths Finder results to focus a magnified lens on my strengths. One of my strengths is that of ‘Input’. I am described as follows: ‘You are inquisitive. You collect things… Whatever you collect, you collect

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Monthly Twitter Collections

Each month, I collate blogs, research papers, and reflections from the education community on Twitter. I began doing this for participants and mentors on the Chartered Teacher programme with the Chartered College of Teaching so that we could share interesting content

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Where can teachers and educators locate existing research?

Open access unless otherwise indicated. An ever-growing list.   BES (Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis) The New Zealand Ministry of Education’s best evidence synthesis iterations draw together, explain and illustrate through vignette and case, bodies of evidence about what works to

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CPD Inspiration and Research

Over the last couple of years I’ve become a bit of a sponge when it comes to reading about CPD; continually seeking more to ensure my practice is as effective as it can be. Below, you can find my collections of

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Being Evidence Informed

In recent months, I have become more aware of how research, science and evidence informs my practice- both as a leader and as a teacher. Below, you’ll find that I’ve begun to gather together evidence sources that can support this

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